It is one thing for a bunch of consumer groups to bash a Federal Trade Commission report giving insurers some support for their use of credit scoring when underwriting auto policies, but it’s quite another when there is dissension within the FTC itself, according to NU Editor In Chief Sam Friedman, who wonders at this point what credibility the study has left. For more details and to offer your own opinion, check out Sam’s blog at

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